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HONEYMOON –  Your Packing Cheat Sheet

September 5, 2017
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As I’m sure all our planning brides know at this point September and October is the absolute hight of wedding season.  
 
Whether you are looking to order your dream cake or book the perfect venue, if you have chosen a September or October date, you know you are going to have to act fast!!
 
With the hight of wedding season also come the hight of a more exciting and relaxed season……HONEYMOON SEASON!!!
 
 
We’ve put together a quick list of the essentials you will want to make sure you remember to pack, as well as a few more resources to help get you ready to celebrate.
 
 

The Important Things & Paperwork 

  • Airline tickets 
  • Passport, visas, driver’s license
  • Credit cards 
  • Any reservation confirmations
  •                 * Two sets of photocopies of all of the above 
  • Phone numbers for your doctor, house or pet sitter and credit card companies (in case your cards are lost or stolen)
  • Prescription medicine (in the original bottle)
  • ID tags for luggage 
  • Camera

The Important Stuff for Her

  • 1 pair jeans, pants or leggings (for cold airports and the plane)
  • 1 light jacket or pullover (take one that can be tied around the waist or stuffed in a backpack)
  • 1 nice sundress
  • 1 little black dress
  • 1 cardigan (for chilly restaurants)
  • 4 casual shirts (T-shirts or tank tops)
  • 2 pairs shorts
  • 2 swimsuits (bikini for the beach, one-piece for water sports)
  • 1 swimsuit cover-up
  • 1 pair sneakers
  • 1 pair walking shoes or sandals
  • 1 pair evening shoes or sandals
  • 1 evening purse or clutch
  • Extra socks and underwear
  • Bras (strapless and otherwise)
  • Accessories (scarves, hats and jewelry to add variety to a limited wardrobe)

The Important Stuff for Him

 

  • 1 pair jeans or khakis
  • 1 pair nice slacks
  • 1 light jacket or pullover 
  • 4 casual shirts (T-shirts or tanks)
  • 2 pairs shorts
  • 2 polo or button-down short-sleeve shirts
  • 1 sports jacket (for nicer restaurants)
  • 1 swimsuit
  • 1 pair sneakers
  • 1 pair walking shoes or sandals
  • 1 pair lace-ups
  • Extra socks and underwear

 

Check out Brides.com list for more items even we may have forgotten. More information here at TheKnot.com too

 
 
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Celebrity Weddings We Are In Love With!

June 20, 2017
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Now that we are in the absolutely gallows of the summer heat and the lovely dewey mornings and mild evenings of spring are just a distant memory, photos of celebrity weddings that took place over the past few months are starting to trickle out. Below are a few of our favorite  celebrities who got married in Spring 2017.

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This past March Orange Is the New Black actress Samira Wiley married one of the shows Lauren Morelli in an edgy modern ceremony in Palm Springs. Samira wore an elegant off the shoulder dress and Lauren wore a modern pants suit one piece, both designed by Christian Siriano.

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Carly Waddell and Evan Bass from Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise tied the knot this past spring in a colorful intimate ceremony in front of family and friends in Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta resort near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The bride, Carly looked absolutely stunning with a loose side braid for her wedding day hair  and a vintage inspired grey dress.

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As if the elegant florals and lavish decor, as well as the stunning designer dresses and completely star studded guest lists weren’t enough to swoon at while pouring over celebrities weddings, the locations of these festivities are enough to make your heart jump!! The incredibly talented, Oscar winner Jessica Chastain, married her long time boyfriend, Italian investment banker Gian Luca Passi De Preposulo, at his family estate -Villa Tiepolo Passi, which is about an hour north of Venice.

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One of my favorite actresses, Emmy Rossum from one of my favorite shows, Shameless, married her sweetie in a gorgeous traditional Jewish ceremony over Memorial Day weekend. While Emmy plays a gritty, hard hitting and no-holds-barred Fiona Gallagher on the show, a truly soft and loving image was portrayed at the wedding. There were hundreds and hundreds of bursting white roses, gardenias and lilies adorning the temple- it just added to the elegance of the event.

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The lovely ceremony was attended by the bride and grooms big families as well the cast of the show (all the Gallaghers at a wedding!? Now THAT is a party!!) and the whole lot headed over to the Guggenheim for a rocking reception with a life band, a DJ, food trucks and of course…photo booth!!

 

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We are total suckers for any thing royal here, so when it was announced last fall the The Duchess of Cambridge’s (formally know as Kate Middleton) little sister (more famously know as Pippa Middleton) was getting married the squeals of excitement were uncontainable!!! It was so exciting to hear of little details and did bits as they trickled out during the planning, but it was almost impossible to contain the enthusiasm when the actual wedding happened.

Pippa middleton 1 While Pippa, the stylish little sister of the Duchess is not officially a “Royal”, her wedding this past spring was absolutely fit for a princess!!

Set in the English country side….CHECK!!

Saying “I Do” under the eves of a historic gothic cathedral……CHECK!!

Princess Charlotte as a bridesmaid and Prince George as a ring bearer…..CHECK!!

AND…..ATTENDED BY THE QUEEN HER SELF?!?!?!?! CHECK and CHECK!!

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The Beauty Is In The Simplicity

June 13, 2017
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“Color is everything, black and white is more.” – Dominic Rouse

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Black and white pictures are a complex creature- there is classic and simple elegance to them- something that hints at a time gone by when full color images were not available. Yet there is also a complex and mysterious aspect there as well- what are we missing when we don’t see the colors present in that fleeting moment? What is left for us to discover for our selves?

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The brides last moments of quiet and calm before the excitement of the wedding are captured in this sweet image.

 

This week we share some of the most eye catching and show stopping images from our past clients, taken by the incredibly talented collection of wedding photographers that we are lucky enough to work with here in the Las Vegas wedding community.

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The contrast of lighting and shadows gives a sultry refinement to this sultry engagement shoot.

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The elegance and intimacy of the wedding rings is the focal point in this simple yet stunning photo.

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By using just black and white for this photo, this brides bursting smile and excitement are the focus of this image.

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You can feel the love, support and encouragement that surrounds this beautiful bride as her bridesmaids offer the final touches before she heads down the aisle.

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The brides sweet smile and the newly married couples tender embrace is what the eye is drawn too in this shot taken right after the ceremony.

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The absence of color in this image transforms the brides hotel room into a luxurious and stylish boudoir suite.

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Twinkling lights and a lush hanging trees are transformed into something absolutely magical in this private garden setting.

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A Real Wedding- Natalie and Mark!

September 30, 2016
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Natalie and Mark were married in a truly splendid event at the Mandarin Oriental, and their sweet four legged fur baby Miss Abby was prominently featured front and center with her happy parents.

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The ceremony and reception came together flawlessly with the guidance of the wedding coordinator genius that is Andrea Eppolito Events. No detail was left unattended, and from start to finish the guest, and most importantly the happy couple were completely at ease and in love!

 

 

 

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When ever a bride tells us that she is working with the team at Alt F Photographers, we do a bit of a happy dance here. We just KNOW that they are going to get some really exquisite images of their special day.

 

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Best wishes to Natalie and Mark!!

Wishing you the both a life time full of love, laughter and light!!

Wedding Planner: Andrea Eppolito
Gown Designer: Kenneth Winston
Hair and Makeup: Makeup in the 702
Venue: Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
Floral and Decor: Naakiti Floral
Furniture Rentals: Sit on This, Inc.
Disc Jockey: Mike Fox
Video: Bryan Bratt

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7 Signs You’re at a Millennial Wedding

September 16, 2016
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(Article originally appeared here at Huffington Post by Stephanie Herbst)

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They don’t make weddings like they used to anymore. With a smartphone in everyone’s pocket and constant interaction with peers through social media, technology is changing almost every aspect of society. The Millennial generation (that’s people born between 1980 and 2000) are a generation that’s grown up with this technology, and embraces its presence in almost every aspect of their lives. More and more Millennials are on their way to the altar, and that means the weddings you’ll be attending now and for the next few years aren’t going to be your typical wedding soiree. How can you tell that you’re definitely at (or will be going to) a Millennial wedding? Here are seven surefire signs to look for:

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1. You heard about their engagement on Facebook, and saw their engagement photos in a Facebook album before receiving their Save the Date.

 

2. They didn’t build a wedding website using a site like TheKnot.com or mywedding.com — their custom wedding website was built by the best man (or some other close friend) who’s a professional software engineer that specializes in cutting-edge UI.

 

3. Their wedding invitation included one of the following:
– An infographic design of their love story
– A QR code
– A wedding hashtag

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4. Their wedding registry has items like a Nest Thermostat, a Lockitron, an iPad, or some other cutting-edge tech. O
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5. They’ve set up an app for their wedding. Or at least, they’re using their personal hashtag on Instagram to keep track of all their guests’ photos.

6. They didn’t have to decide between getting a DJ or a band — they just used Spotify and put together a playlist. Or, they hired that one friend that likes to pretend that he’s a DJ in his spare time.

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7. There’s DIY everywhere, because the bride decided to make a few of her favorite projects from her “Wedding Inspiration” Pinterest board. Which, by the way, she’s been adding Pins to since college.

 

 

 

Have you been to a Millennial wedding with these following attributes? How did it compare to a wedding you’ve been to with less of an emphasis on social media or tech?

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Your Wedding Vendor Tipping Cheat Sheet

September 2, 2016
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When you’re already dipping deep into your (or your parents’) savings for wedding expenses, allotting room in your budget for gratuities on top of that can be hard to handle. And even though service charges may be spelled out in your contract, tipping—although not mandatory—is always appreciated for a job well done, not to mention a kind and thoughtful gesture.

Since some vendors will expect a gratuity, and other gratuities will need to be considered on a case-by-case scenario, there are a few things to consider.

 Traditionally, business owners of larger companies don’t get tipped—just their employees—but you can and should tip an owner when the service exceeds expectations. Small business owners should never be overlooked either, since their businesses are often run by just one person.

Tip vendors who offer exceptional service, write thank-you notes (they’re always appreciated), and assign the responsibility to a trusted deputy such as your wedding planner, a parent or wedding party member. Here’s helpful a breakdown of what’s customary for each vendor.

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Wedding planners won’t likely expect anything, but if yours did a great job, you can always offer a token of appreciation. (Note: Non-monetary thank-yous like professional photos of the wedding for the planner’s portfolio can go a long way too.) About 50 percent of couples do tip their planners—typically those with more opulent weddings.

Protocol:  Optional

The Standard:  10–20 percent, up to $500, or a nice gift

When to Tip: The bride should hand off the envelope at the end of the reception, or she should send a thank-you note with photos or a check after the honeymoon.

Wedding Hairstylist and Makeup Artist

This is one area where a gratuity is definitely expected. Tip between 15 to 25 percent just as you would in a hair salon, and consider giving a little extra if there’s a crisis, like one of your bridesmaids has a meltdown over her curls and it requires a redo at the last minute.

Protocol: Expected

The Standard: 15–25 percent, depending upon the quality of service

When to Tip: Tip your beauty stylists at the end of your service.

Wedding Delivery and Setup Staff

Slip a few dollars to anyone delivering important items to the site such as the wedding cake, flowers or sound system. If a lot of gear needs to be brought in and set up (tents, chairs or porta-potties), the workers deserve a tip too.

Protocol: Expected

The Standard: $5–$10 per person

When to Tip: Drop off cash envelopes the day before the wedding to the catering manager so the person accepting deliveries can turn the tip.

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Wedding Ceremony Officiant

If your officiant is affiliated with a church or synagogue, you’re often expected to make a donation to that institution. If you’re a member, you’ll probably want to give a larger amount than if you’re not. However, if you’re getting married there and they’re charging you to use the space, feel free to give a smaller amount. Tipping the officiant, both nondenominational and denominational, is also appreciated.

Protocol: Expected (depending on officiant)

The Standard: Donate $100–$500 to the church or synagogue, and for the officiant, an optional tip of $50-$100

When to Tip: Most ceremony fees are required prior to the wedding. Otherwise, have the best man pass the cash envelope at the rehearsal dinner if the officiant is in attendance.

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worked with a mini orchestra to come up with the perfect score for your service (and they pulled it off flawlessly), consider showing some monetary thanks for their talent. However, you probably don’t have to tip the solo church organist who was required to play.

Protocol: Optional

The Standard: $15–$20 per musician

When to Tip: Ceremony musicians should receive a tip at the end of the ceremony.

Wedding Photographer and Videographer

You’re not expected to give your shutterbugs any money beyond their normal fees. But if the wedding photographer or videographer doesn’t own the studio, consider tipping each person (or give a certain amount with a thank-you note to disperse to staff).

Protocol: Optional

The Standard: $50–$200 per vendor

When to Tip: Tip your photographer and videographer at the end of the reception.

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This type of staff includes the on-site coordinator, maître d’ and banquet manager. A service charge (typically 2 percent) is almost always built in to the food and drink fee, so check your contract. If the gratuity is not included, tip as follows.

Protocol: Expected

The Standard: 15–20 percent of the food and drink fee (based on labor, not the cost), or $200–$300 for the maître d’

When to Tip: If it’s covered in the contract, the final bill is typically due before the reception. Otherwise, have the father of the bride or best man hand the envelope to the maître d’ at the end of the reception, since you’ll need to know the final tab to calculate the percentage.

Wedding Reception Attendants

When it comes to bartenders, waitstaff, parking, bathroom and coatroom attendants, the rules of tipping are dictated by your contract. If the service fee is included, consider doling out extra only if the service was exceptional. If it’s not included, ask ahead of time how many attendants will be working your wedding and calculate on a per person basis.

Protocol: Optional, based on contract

The Standard: 10–20 percent of the liquor or food bill to be split among bartenders or waiters respectively, $1 per guest for coatroom, and $1 per car for parking attendants

When to Tip: Although tips are traditionally passed out at the end of the event, alternately, you could distribute them at the beginning of the evening to encourage all the workers to give you great service.

Wedding Reception Band or DJ

Whether you hire a 12-piece swing band or a single DJ, tipping musicians is completely optional, depending on the quality of the job and how willing they were to follow your ideal playlist. Don’t forget about any sound technicians they bring with them too.

Protocol: Optional, yet preferred

The Standard: $20–$25 per musician; $50–$150 for DJs

When to Tip: The best man should tip the musicians or DJ at the end of the reception.

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Again, check your contract, as gratuity is usually included. If it isn’t, plan to tip provided they show up on time and don’t get lost.

Protocol: Expected

The Standard: 15–20 percent of the total bill

When to Tip: Tip transportation pros at the end of the night or after the last ride. If you used a separate company for the guest buses, designate a bus captain to hand the driver a tip, otherwise this duty falls to the best man.

 

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10 Mistakes Brides Make on Their Wedding Day

August 26, 2016
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(Post originally appeared here on Wedding Planner)

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No wedding day is completely perfect, and there are bound to be some flubs or forgotten details along the wedding planning journey. But to help avoid unnecessary bumps in the road, here are 10 common mistakes brides make leading up to the big day

1Brush 3. Not carving out enough time for hair and makeup

Many make the mistake of only hiring one hair & makeup artist for the entire bridal party. Yes, it’s economical, but you’ll find yourself stressing big time as everyone has to wait hours for their turn! If you have more than four ladies to do hair and makeup for, you should consider hiring at least two makeup artists and two hair stylists. Make sure they have met each other beforehand and have pictures of the makeup and hair looks so that the process goes smoothly on the day of.

 

2. Drinking the night before

Even if it’s just a glass of wine to calm the nerves, try to refrain from drinking the night before the wedding. Alcohol can make you puffy the next day, and if you are sensitive to the stuff you may even get a mild headache. Trade in a cocktail or glass of wine for some sparkling water and lemon – you’ll be thanking us later.

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3. Ruling out a wedding planner early

Even if you’ve managed to plan everything yourself thus far, the week before your wedding often way more stressful than brides expect. If you hire a planner for even just a few days before and during the event, you’ll be able to take some time to relax and enjoy the moment leading up to such an important day. It’s not obligatory, but it can save from a lot of running around keeping track of final payments to vendors, confirming floral deliveries, giving directions…need us continue?

4. Not accounting for hidden costs

This is a big one that gets overlooked far too often. Tipping your vendors is a must unless it’s already included in their contract. You also have to remember the marriage licence, postage for “Thank you” cards, meals on wedding day, and the infamous emergency fund – this is for when the power goes out and you have to buy 200 candles, or the groom forgets to pack his shoes and needs to hail a cab!

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On the day of your wedding, you are the center of attention – everyone will be stopping you to say a word or give a hug. But don’t forget to take a few quiet moments with your parents outside of pictures. It will be a welcome break from the hustle and bustle and it will give you some one-on one-time with them that both they and you will appreciate once it’s all said and done.

6. Forgetting to eat

Yes, we know you need to fit into your wedding dress as snug as a bug the day of, however, we don’t need a dramatic Scarlett O’Hara fainting moment because you didn’t eat anything. A light breakfast with a few carbs for energy will suffice, along with lots of water and some snacks while getting ready and during pictures.

7. Sunless tanning

Have some practice sessions please! I can’t stress this enough. Sunless tanning can work if you find the right place to go, but be sure to go for a shade that isn’t so far off your natural skin tone. Instead, aim for a subtle pre-wedding glow. If you overdo it or go too dark, you will be in your bathroom two days before your wedding with half a cup of lemon juice, a quarter cup of sugar, and a whole lot of scrubbing.

8. Not feeding vendors

Your vendors work hard and rightly so; this is what they do! However, if you have hired a band to entertain your guests, a planner running around behind the scenes, and a photographer or videographer, it’s important to remember to give them a dinner break on the day of. This is customary, but also practical – no one can perform their best on an empty stomach!

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Take into consideration that your bridal party has spend a ton of time and money over the past year helping you plan your wedding. From wedding gifts to bachelor/bachelorette parties to outfits and dinners, they’ve done so much. Be sure to budget a decent amount (considering how large your bridal party is) so they can feel the love and appreciation you have for all they have done.

10. Mistreating single friends

I’ve been one of the single gals at a table full of couples, and trust me – not all guests in that position are going to find the situation ideal. To ease the pressure off, try to put them with at least one person at the same table that they know. That way, it’s not quite so awkward when the slow dancing begins and all couples migrate to the dance floor!

We hope these tips were useful for beginning your wedding planning journey! For the seasoned bride or bride-to-be, let us know what mistakes you think can be avoided in the comments!

 

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A Real Wedding- Sara and Max!

August 19, 2016
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The dazzling Miss Sara and her honey Max tied the knot this past April in an elegant ceremony at the Las Vegas Four Seasons.

 

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The breath taking Fountain Terrace and the elegant cascading water fall at the Four Seasons Las Vegas had just received an upgrade and face lift and the location made for a perfect location for a magnificent first look.

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It is always such a treat getting to work with a big bridal party before a wedding. We just love meeting all those beautiful ladies who came from near and far to support their girl in her celebration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This lovely bride was the absolute definition of class. She is beautiful both inside and out and every moment of her wedding showed that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Congratulations Sara and Max!!! Thank you for choosing Makeup In The 702 to be part of such a beautiful day!!

Venue: Four Seasons, Las Vegas
Gown Designer: Lazaro
Wedding Gown Boutique: Couture Bride
Hair and Make up: Make up in the 702
Floral and Decor: Naakiti Floral
Officiant: Robert D. Fisher
Lighting and rigging: PSAV
Emcee and Disc Jockey: Mike Fox
Wedding Cinema: Something New Films

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Some of the sweetest words from our recent brides!!

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You don’t get into this business of brides and beauty if you do not truly hold a passion for it. This is not an industry that is generally stumbled into- it is one of a true passion for helping brides look and feel their best and a genuine thrill and excitement for having the privileged of playing a roll in such a special day for some one.  When we open up our mail boxes to sweet words and thanks from our clients, it is just a further reminder of why it is that we do what we do!!

 

Some might think flying half way around the world to get married would double the stress. Megan was fantastic at keeping in touch during the lead up to the wedding with preparation tips. It was also comforting to know that the hair and makeup 8.5- Blog 1artists would come to the hotel to get us ready.

Cassie and Annie were very prompt with their arrival and got straight to work on the MOB, MOG and the favourite aunties. They were all a little unsure of what they wanted but the Cassie and Annie were great at giving suggestions and the ladies were very happy with their end results and felt like movie stars! As for myself, I had a veil with a headband that I wasn’t quite sure that Cassie would be able to structure into the hair designs I had to show her – boy was I wrong, my hair was amazing and my veil didn’t budge one bit all day! Annie also did a fantastic job of achieving the look I wanted with my makeup and it lasted well into the evening!

Thank you to Megan and the team at Makeup in the 702, you helped to create some wonderful memories for our wedding day! I would happily recommend Makeup in the 702 to anyone looking for hair and make up for a wedding or any special event.         ~Tammy McGowan

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The personnel at Makeup in the 702 is beyond awesome. Annie and Crystal were my main makeup and hair and they were very accommodating during my trail run and the day of event. Both Annie, Crystal and the other make up artist made all my bridesmaids, mother, mother in law, and sister in laws look absolutely beautiful with varying degrees of input and backgrounds. I can’t say enough how support and easy it was to work with Makeup in the 702 in making my wedding day great! Thank you so much.                                  ~Tuyen Dang

 

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Makeup in the 702 made my wedding day spectacular! I’ve never felt so beautiful, and that is exactly how I wanted to feel on my wedding day. Thank you so much! From my mother, bridesmaid, daughter, to me we looked amazing. We had to plan a spontaneous wedding in Vegas, after zika virus ruined plans for destination wedding in Caribbean (surprise baby onboard :)) wedding was beautiful and the most perfect and wonderful
day I’ve ever had.. Thank you to the wonderfully talented professionals for making our day start so beautiful.

~ Jessica Kennedy

 

 

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I traveled from Ireland for my wedding so all my interaction was done through e-mail; I found Megan very professional and helpful, and making the booking was incredibly easy. The girls were lovely and did amazing work, my hair and makeup held up all day and everyone loved it. I was especially impressed with the customized blend of foundation as I’m a pale Irish girl and was terrified of looking orange, but it matched my skin tone perfectly. I would definitely recommend you guys, especially for anyone travelling.

~Karen Glynn

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Lush Bohemian Wedding Inspiration- Down Town Las Vegas

July 29, 2016
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(Article and images originally appeared here Bespoke Bride)

 

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I can NOT tell you the thrill of seeing our work published in publications and on websites that are leading the industry in beautiful images and creative ideas!! Bespoke Bride is an absolutely gorgeous blog where planning brides can find some serious stunning inspiration as well as practical advise and tips on how to plan the wedding of their dreams.

 

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Every single detail of this day could be found on my list of favorite things- succulents, re-purposed wine bottles, river rocks…….a bicycle build for two………any one who has ever been in my house knows I am WILD about this aqua blue and the side of an old bus made the perfect background for some beautiful photos!

 

 

 

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We are beyond proud to see this magnificent shoot featured on their site. Congratulations to all the incredibly talented Las Vegas vendors who came together to create these beautiful images-

Photographers: Taylored Photo Memories & Jamie Y Photography | Stylist/Event Planning/Vintage Rentals: Nostalgia Resources | Macrame pieces: Vi-Vero | Florist: Miss Daisy | Recycled Glass-Art: BluMarble | Stationery: Paper & Home | Cake: MadBatter | Hair/Makeup: Makeup In The 702 | Handmade Wedding Dress: Liz Le | Officiant: Peachy Keen Unions | Venue: Atomic Liquors | Models: Amanda & Peter (real-life couple) |

 

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